Lagos, conservationists urge biodiversity preservation
Worried by the adverse effect of human activities on the environment, conservationists have called for intervention to increase biodiversity preservation in the country.
Strengthen public institutions, Bello advises President
Nigerians have been urged to consistently resist any form of dictatorship as part of the lessons learnt from the annulment of the June 12, 1993...
Lagos orders scavengers to vacate refuse dumpsites
Lagos State Government in its bid to curb the spread of the Coronavirus has directed scavengers to immediately vacate all refuse dumpsites.
Dirty markets shouldn’t cause Lagos flooding
Image is everything. But somehow, many places constantly challenge the image of Lagos as a cosmopolitan city. Among the challenges are the pressures of population on the little land, a seemingly innate disdain for orderliness in some parts and the ugly sight of plastic debris.
Lagos to begin enforcement of environmental law on Friday
Lagos State Special Committee on the clean-up of Ikoyi and Victoria will commence enforcement of environmental and traffic laws in Ikoyi and victoria island on Friday, January 10. The committee chairman, Tunji Bello, in a press statement said the government is collaborating with Ikoyi and Victoria Island Residents Association (VIIRA), and other agencies to vacate…
Lagos to check incessant waste disposal at construction sites
To ensure proper disposal of waste at construction and demolition sites, Lagos Waste Management Authority (LAWMA), yesterday, launched the Construction, Demolition and Disaster Waste (CDDW).
LASG bans street trading in Oyingbo, shuts market over environmental infractions
Lagos State Government yesterday stated that all the illegal street traders in Oyingbo driven away from the roads must relocate to the main market.
Traders lament refuse heaps, bad road at Mushin market
A long stretch of the Agege motor road and Mushin-Itire road are becoming an eyesore to residents and motorists owing to the stench oozing from heaps of refuse littering the roads.
Retired military officers condemn unending insurgency in Nigeria
Worried by the unending security challenge in the country, the Retired Army, Navy and Air Force Officers (RANAO) Associations of Nigeria, has lamented Federal Government’s inability to proffer solutions to the problems.